Kelenföld Power Station, Hungary (Revisit)

Kelenföld opened in 1914 and was one of the most advanced power centres within Europe. The control room is the major attraction due to its art deco architecture. The power station powered the whole of Budapest until 2007 where part of the power plant closed.

Explored: January 2020

Originally visited this power station November 2018, see my original post:


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